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The 3 most beautiful beaches of Northern Sardinia seen from a yacht

Sardinia offers breathtaking beaches, even more, fascinating if experienced by boat. Here is the list of the best beaches in Northern Sardinia not to be missed during a boat holiday.
Sardinia turned out to be one of the most requested destinations in 2020. The service that has seen a significant surge has been boat rental, considered one of the safest ways to spend one’s holidays. This destination is proving to be the most sought after on google for the holidays of 2021.

Italians and foreign tourists choose Sardinia for the beauty of its breathtaking landscapes and unspoiled nature, appreciated for its fine white sand beaches bathed by crystal clear waters. We want to make you fall in love with this island and, above all, with this sea by offering a new perspective. The best way to enjoy all that Sardinia offers is by renting a boat, preferably a yacht.

Sardinia: relaxation and fun

The island is a perfect destination for sea lovers who want a relaxing holiday and those who choose to rent a boat for their next vacation. Whether it’s a yacht, a motorboat, or a catamaran, the boat rental service offers a memorable holiday and unforgettable moments, every minute spent in the middle of the sea will be a magical moment.

This short guide will show you the beaches not to be missed during a sailing holiday, even if making a list is difficult. However, we have chosen three. We want to convey to you the beauty of this corner of paradise that will make your holiday unique if you lived on board a boat. Life on a boat always gives strong emotions, whether it is your first sailing holiday or another trip. Being lulled by the waves, admiring the sunrise from the sea, and savoring the landscape’s beauty at sunset is a sensation that words cannot describe in all their power.

The most beautiful beaches of Northern Sardinia

La Pelosa, Stintino

La Pelosa is located in the municipality of Stintino, in the province of Sassari, in the westernmost part of Sardinia. It is one of the most beautiful beaches in Europe.
It is protected by the natural barrier of Capo Falcone’s stacks, the Piana island, and Asinara, which surround it. It stands out for its backdrops with colors so bright and alive that they seem painted.

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Cala Coticcio

Remaining in the north of Sardinia, moving east, on the island of Caprera is Cala Coticcio, also known as “the Sardinian Tahiti”. The beach of fine white sand is surrounded by pink rocks and Mediterranean scrub and has been placed under environmental protection. In addition to the breathtaking landscape, the island of Caprera is known to a historical figure; in fact, Garibaldi spent the last 26 years of his life here. We, therefore, recommend that you combine your holiday at sea with a trip to dry land to visit the Memorial and the White House, his residence.

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Budelli, La Maddalena

Renting a boat in Sardinia is essential to reach the beach of Budelli. Unmissable place, one of the most beautiful beaches in northern Sardinia, it is located on the island of the same name. It is part of the Maddalena archipelago, a short distance from the Strait of Bonifacio. She is particularly appreciated for the Rosa beach, whose color derives from the presence of a pink microorganism crumbled in the sand, and for the turquoise waters. Budelli is a work of art.

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How to update on the Covid-19 situation in Sardinia?

To follow the evolution, the Sardinia Region has activated a special section on its portal. We organize private trips in compliance with all regulations. We can say that the best way to not give up on holidays while maintaining maximum social distance is by taking advantage of the boat rental service. In this way, you will share the spaces only with the people you went with and decided to spend your holidays with.

Related: Travel Restrictions Update

Tips for traveling safely

We recommend that you read Coronavirus travel updates and advice from local authorities and governments, such as the Ministry of Health or Civil Protection, as well as the World Health Organization (WHO) guide, a safe and reliable source of news and information global.

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